The Policeman!

The policeman came onto an early shift

having an early breakfast.

Before heading out on his lone patrol

he hoped it wouldn’t be busy.

After stopping two drivers for speeding

giving tickets before proceeding.

 

As it was quiet headed to the rural patch

sparse of traffic and people.

When he received an odd radio message

reports of an unknown flying craft.

Not far from where he had been going

the adrenaline started flowing.

 

Within minutes he could  see the object

it was grey and metallic.

And hovering over a nearby corn field

far from the main road.

No other cars or people were in the area

he didn’t have to face hysteria.

 

The police car quietly costed to a standstill

getting out for a better view.

There was no sound that he could detect

cautiously moving closer.

Suddenly rose as if detecting his presence

if it attacked he had no defense!

 

Returning to the car contacted his control

to report what he had witnessed.

Before it flew up at an incredible velocity

becoming just a bright glow.

What he’d witnessed there was no explination

to him not of man’s creation.

 

He was then told it was a military plane

and his silence he must maintain!

 

This he knew was a complete lie!

 

What really had he seen?

 

The Foureyed Poet.

 

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